"One of You" as written by and Matthew B. Scannell....
Breathe in the water
Drown in the sky
High, high above her
While I'm floating through your eyes

Hold me in motion
Still within your sun
Under this ocean
As the world melts into one

And I'm hangin' on to all that I hold dear
And I'm letting go of all of my fear
I'm hanging on to every single one of you

See all the darkness
Blind in the light
Deep in this forest
Till we leave this endless night

And I'm hangin' on to all that I hold dear
And I'm letting go of all of my fear
I'm hanging on to every single one of you

Go somewhere better
Go to the sea
Walk through the desert
Till your love flows over me

And I'm hangin' on to all that I hold dear
And I'm letting go of all of my fear
I'm hanging on to every single one of you
To every single one of you
To every single one
Every single one of you


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"One of You" as written by Matthew B. Scannell Matt Scannell

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    General CommentI don't think your lyrics are too accurate. There're quite a few minor errors, but some more major ones are (corrected) "'Till we leave this endless night" and "To all that I hold dear".

    Sorry I'm such a pedant. Lol.
    Code Monkeyon July 18, 2007   Link
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    General CommentOkay... After thinking long and hard - NPI - I think this song is about sex. Not just sexual attraction, the actual act. The whole thing is - metaphorically - thoughts running through this guy's head as he looks down on his girlfriend as they're having sex. That's my interpretation, anyway.
    Code Monkeyon October 18, 2007   Link
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    General CommentOr is it about a guy losing his virginity to someone he really cares about? Could be. That's what I've started to think while listening to it.
    Code Monkeyon January 30, 2008   Link

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